50% off A Tour of Wembley Stadium for Two £18 @ red letter days
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50% off A Tour of Wembley Stadium for Two £18 @ red letter days

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Found 14th Dec 2015
With an impressive 90,000 capacity, Wembley is the second largest stadium in Europe and home to English football. Glimpse behind the scenes of this incredible stadium with a 90 minute tour, gaining access to parts usually reserved for the privileged few. Begin beneath the hallowed 1966 World Cup Final crossbar before going to the press room to take to the manager's hot seat. Feel the true spirit of the England dressing room, talk tactics in the dugout, get your hands on the cup in the Royal Box and emerge from the players' tunnel to the roar of the crowd. An essential experience for football fanatics of all ages!
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How longs this valid for? or do you have to pick a date? thanks
Probably a more exciting 90 minutes than watching England play i suppose
Make sure you avoid match days if you don't want your tour spoilt by Rooney & Co
jag18272

How longs this valid for? or do you have to pick a date? thanks


Twelve months according to this:
redletterdays.co.uk/usps
Not to shabby at all.
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moyesdavid

Make sure you avoid match days if you don't want your tour spoilt by … Make sure you avoid match days if you don't want your tour spoilt by Rooney & Co



Those days they sell tickets for it as "The Wembley House of Horrors"
Do I get to take the goal posts back up the border with me as souvenirs?
£12.58 at Buyagift
I don't get who would want to do this - it's like having a tour of the kitchen at the Ritz & then being kicked out of the back door without sampling some of the food.
gjta12

£12.58 at Buyagift



£17 as far as i can see?

back to rld, where can you enter promo codes??
Phila4

I don't get who would want to do this - it's like having a tour of the … I don't get who would want to do this - it's like having a tour of the kitchen at the Ritz & then being kicked out of the back door without sampling some of the food.


The marketing men say you want this, you will attend if you love England, you will help pay for the over the odds stadium the fat cats at the FA approved, you will understand football is about the elites and not grass roots - please go support your local team for this money, a more enjoyable experience and more worthwhile place for your money to go
Phila4

I don't get who would want to do this - it's like having a tour of the … I don't get who would want to do this - it's like having a tour of the kitchen at the Ritz & then being kicked out of the back door without sampling some of the food.



Well, judging by the quality of the football played by England, I would have said more McDonalds instead of the Ritz.
greysquaill

Well, judging by the quality of the football played by England, I would … Well, judging by the quality of the football played by England, I would have said more McDonalds instead of the Ritz.



The same England who won 10 out of 10 in the recent qualifiers?
Dmack81

The same England who won 10 out of 10 in the recent qualifiers?



Yes, the same England who beat Estonia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Switzerland and the mighty San Marino...

I'm sorry to say that it'll be the same old story. Breeze through qualifying then they'll get pants pulled down by the first decent side who can actually play a bit.
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